With over 22 years of experience in Information Technology and Management Consulting, Errin has led hundreds of large-scale enterprise implementations from Business Intelligence, Power BI, Office 365, SharePoint, Exchange, IT Security, Azure and Hybrid Cloud eﬀorts for over 165 Fortune 500 companies.
Errin is the author of 4 Microsoft Press books and leverages his ability to provide scalable enterprise level solutions combined with the operational experience to execute those solutions eﬀectively.
Errin is a frequent speaker at Microsoft Azure, SharePoint and Oﬃce 365 conferences and events. He has also led enterprise engagements for NASA, PepsiCo, Northrop Grumman, United Airlines, Ford, Novartis, AT&T, The Federal Reserve Bank, The Department of Justice, Nike, The U.S. Department of State, The United States Air Force, Chevron, ConocoPhillips and Kofax to name a few.
• 4-Time Microsoft Press Best Selling Author on Power BI, SharePoint and Oﬃce 365
• Author of the new Microsoft Press book, “Power BI Dashboards: Step-by-Step” covering best practices Power BI implementations
• Implemented the eDiscovery eﬀort for the Federal Reserve Bank upon the Implementation of TARP by the US Treasury and reported to the Congressional Oversight Committee
• Was on the very ﬁrst beta team for Microsoft’s “Project Tahoe” which then became “SharePoint 2001”
• Was invited by Microsoft to participate as an independent adviser and SME for both Oﬃce 365 and Microsoft Azure’s original beta program and its product development and roll out team
• Lead Architect for the NASA SharePoint, Oﬃce 365 and Azure Implementation eﬀorts for all 8 of NASA’s Major Facilities. Reported directly to NASA’s CIO Chris Kemp
• Led the Northrop Grumman e-Room to SharePoint Online migration eﬀort which was comprised of 18 total terabytes of content
• Was invited by Vivek Kundra, the first ever CIO of the United States who was appointed by President Obama to participate as an Oﬃce 365 and Microsoft Azure cloud “Subject Matter Expert” to join the advisory team for his 25-point implementation plan to President Obama on how to reform how the federal government manages information technology and new cloud technologies
• Led the Oﬃce 365 initiatives for PepsiCo, Nike, Chevron, Lexmark\Kofax, Alcoa and over 100 additional Fortune 100 companies